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I read it, came across it again, and this is not pointed towards you so much as everyone else.

Parent to this post isn't against what jeffa said. It seems more like an amendment or further instruction. Post instruction, he replied with how he feels about it.

All it sums up to is, if you are going to do it this method, do it right. I find doing it as such inconvenient and wish there was another way about doing it.

Did I get that right?

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In reply to Re^3: ++ vote for people who help in Chatterbox by exussum0
in thread ++ vote for people who help in Chatterbox by songahji

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